The Irrawaddy Flotilla Company’s steamers dominated the waterways of Burma from their establishment during the colonial era in 1865, through the 1920s until their destruction in 1942. In 1995, Pandaw were pioneers in offering the first passenger cruises since World War II, in replicas of those bygone ships, maintained in the same teak and hard wood style, utilised 150 years ago. Set sail for a unique cruise upon the same Burmese waters that have been an essential part of local life for millennia. Circle impenetrable mountain ranges, lined with remarkable ancient temples and monasteries. Combine this perfectly with time in Yangon and the beautiful Inle Lake, to balance the gentle village life with the city bustle of this spiritual country.